The Adventures of Hugh Trevor Vol. III

By: Thomas Holcroft
Published By: Double9 Books
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"The Adventures of Hugh Trevor Vol. III " by using Thomas Holcroft is a compelling novel that portrays the tumultuous existence of the protagonist, Hugh Trevor. The narrative unfolds against the backdrop of 18th-century England, delving into the challenges and trials faced via the young and bold Hugh. Set in a society rife with magnificence differences, Hugh, a smart and creative young man, confronts the adversities posed by way of his decrease social standing. The novel chronicles Hugh's struggles, aspirations, and the limitations he encounters as he navigates through numerous strata of society. It offers a wealthy exploration of the complexities and injustices widely wide-spread within the societal structure of the time. Holcroft's narrative is marked by means of the exploration of social troubles, moral dilemmas, and the pursuit of personal boom. The story weaves via the intricacies of relationships, societal constraints, and moral quandaries faced by means of Hugh. Through Hugh Trevor's stories, the radical gives a remark on the winning social norms, losing mild at the demanding situations and opportunities that rise up from the disparities in society. Vol. III of "The Adventures of Hugh Trevor" is a notion-upsetting and engaging novel that intricately examines the human condition inside a stratified society, offering a compelling exploration of ambition, resilience, and the pursuit of private and societal justice.

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Thomas Holcroft

The English author Thomas Holcroft was born on December 10, 1745, and died on March 23, 1809. He wrote plays, poetry, and translations. He agreed with the ideas behind the French Revolution at the time, and he helped Thomas Paine get the first part of The Rights of Man published. He was born in London in Orange Court, Leicester Fields. His dad used to run a shoemaker's shop and rent out horses for rides, but he got into money problems and had to work as a pedlar. The son went on vacation with his folks. He got a job as a stable boy in Newmarket at the stables of Hon. Richard Vernon. In the nights, he mostly read random things and studied music. He slowly learned how to speak French, German, and Italian. Holcroft went back to help his father, who had gone back to work as a shoemaker in London, when his job at the stables ended. He started working as a teacher in a small school in Liverpool around 1765. But his plan to open a private school didn't work out, so he became a prompter in a Dublin theater. He then worked with a number of strolling groups until 1778, when he put on the play The Crisis; or, Love and Famine at Drury Lane. In 1781, dishonesty came next.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 96Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359956074
  • ISBN-13:9789359956077
  • Item Weight: 144g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 5.74mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Poetry / General